This New Montreal Dessert Spot Has A Pink Terrasse & Churro Ice Cream Sundaes (PHOTOS)

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This New Montreal Dessert Spot Has A Pink Terrasse & Churro Ice Cream Sundaes (PHOTOS)

Tucked away in the Old Port, Montreal's new dessert spot, Dulce, has one of the most Instagrammable looks and menus in town.

It opened its pastel pink doors to patrons on April 30 and has been serving up a churro-filled menu of decadent, delicious sweets ever since. 

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The owners, Ricardo and Andreina, are a Venezuelan couple who wanted to "create memories of travel with a fun touch."

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From the pink terrasse to the pink gallery wall to the pink milkshakes, everything about Dulce is as sweet as can be.

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There's even a pink flower wall with a pink neon sign, pink chair and pink phone — the perfect place to snap a photo as you enjoy your treat.

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The menu includes six kinds of churro sundaes, with flavours such as Chacha Matcha, Oreo Loco and Candy Candy. 

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Dulce is open Thursday through Sunday.

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Dulce MTL

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Crêpes, churros and ice cream

Address: 250B, rue Saint Paul E., Montreal, QC

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